Andamans Havelock Island
Havelock Island is 21 nautical miles away from Port
Blair. It is one of the 36 inhabited islands in the
Andaman and Nicobar archipelago. It is an excellent
place to bask in camping and angling holidays.
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The exotic and exclusive Havelock Island Andamans is considerably
small in size but it is a haven of numerous beautiful
beaches. In this island nation beaches are given numbers
than names to address.
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In this picturesque island although
the pace of life is slow but the locals are friendly
and unaffected by tourism. On arrival you will enjoy
the most basic facilities available on this island.
However, it can be said
that being so remote and away
this island still fulfils your very basic requirements
and needs.To visit popular tourist places in Andamans
and enjoy a trip to Havelock Island you must visit the
below mentioned places. These include;
Radha Nagar Beach or Beach 7 is the most serene and
pristine on the island. The white sandy expanse in the
backdrop of forests offers a most inviting view of crystal
Being on this beach you can relish
the fun of swimming, scuba diving and snorkeling. Not
only this, Beach 7 is the best place to bask in the
beauty of sunset. Keeping this apart, you can also take
an elephant ride through the nearby forest.
north from Radha Nagar Beach is located Elephant Beach.
This beach is very popular amongst the Indian tourists.
On Andamans Havelock Island you can take delight in various
seafood and local Indian food.
There are few hotels,
restaurants, dhabas and snack stands. Snack stands serve
delicious samosas and sweets.
Ferries are the only way
on or off the Havelock Island Andamans. It is advised to take
return tickets in Port Blair if the trip is scheduled
on a firm date.
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